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Sonia

Artistic and Intuitive! I love plants and I feel they are the most important thing in a garden. Paving and fencing can be a bit tatty, it doesn’t matter as it’s the plants that paint the canvas and will divert the eye.

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Sylvia Kabanyoro

Very true.

   
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ceci09

Totally spot on!

   

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